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Mar 18, 2013 7:00pm PDT
plant in yangon. osaka hopes to highlight its technology expertise in a bid to operate the water system. >> translator: controls in the plant are inadequate. as a result, there's a high concentration of microbes. >> reporter: a south korean firm is giving the japanese a run for their money. the resources corporation or k water, is engaged in water projects across asia. this man directs the overseas development and planning. he has overseen large-scale projects in countries including china and vietnam. his department also plans to bid on the yangon project. >> translator: we'll work out a proposal to highlight the differences between us and the japanese in terms of construction and maintenance costs. then we can talk with the city government as soon as possible. >> reporter: last november k-water reached an agreement with the city of yangon to conduct a feasibility study for the project. one of k-water's strengths is that it possesses all of the necessary know-how in-house. on the other hand, japanese firms often have to go to entities outside of the company for the expertise in areas su
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